Death in the Workplace Question

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In my Yahoo Groups HR Community email, I recently came across the following question and engaged with the solicitor in the following dialogue: What is the process to be followed if there is a death at the work- place (not factory)? The death could be of an employee, contract staff or visitor. Is there any legal.

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Below is the handout I prepared for my November 15, 2007, presentation at the World Trade Center Illinois' "Breaking Down Trade Barriers" conference. You can view it in PowerPoint by clicking on the link below or just view the text version. My part of the panel discussion concerning legal, accounting and cultural considerations for international.

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Paul Shaheen, my associate from The Horton Group, an employer benefits brokerage and consultancy, sent me their latest LegalEase newsletter today. It's worth posting because it's an in-depth and fascinating article concerning projected employer health care costs for 2008. 2008 Per-Employee Health Care Costs To Exceed.

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